Author JD Lasica interviews BBC website technology reporter Jo Twist on the subject of the personal media revolution and the BBC's efforts to include citizens in the news process. Eight-minute video. Topic: fair use
Watch how copyright law is re-writing history, starting with the PBS Civil Rights documentary "Eyes on the Prize," which has been out of print because of legal trap doors and outrageously expensive licensing fees Topic: Fair Use
A recording of the Davis McGrath LLC IP webinar for February 8, 2012 entitled "Copyright and Fair Use." The presented is Kevin A. Thompson. Illinois MCLE credit may be available for viewing, please send questions and your ARDC number to email@example.com. Topics: Copyright, fair use, webinar
Are you an educator grappling with how copyright issues? Still not quite sure about Creative Commons, Fair Use, and public domain? I'm putting together a little presentation for educators, and as I'm reviewing the things I've done in this area, things have become more clear.In her book Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning, Renee Hobbs uses an example from one of my students. After the book came out we interviewed Renee Hobbs about the concepts... Topics: fair use, copyright, educators
The Annenberg Public Policy Center and Rice University in association with Public Knowledge and the Center for Public Domain held a landmark conference on June 18, 2004 entitled Knowledge Held Hostage. Scholars of all types are facing tighter controls over the copyrighted text, images, and video they use for research and teaching purposes. This action-oriented meeting brought together academics, librarians, legal thinkers, and activists from around the country in a cross-disciplinary... Topics: research, copyright, fair use
"Copyright for Librarians" (CFL) is an online open curriculum on copyright law that was developed jointly with Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. This book explores general copyright law, how it affects libraries and the digital environment. Topics: Copyright, Internat, Libraries, Fair Use
Today's podcast asks at what point of modification and editing does a photo or object become a completely different piece? This has to do with copyrights and licensing and one example that comes to mind concerns one of my favorite artists, Shepard Fairey and the issues he faced with the Barack Obama "Hope" poster. Topics: Copyrights, graphic design, fair use, art
The Annenberg Public Policy Center and Rice University in association with Public Knowledge and the Center for Public Domain held a landmark conference on June 18, 2004 entitled Knowledge Held Hostage. Scholars of all types are facing tighter controls over the copyrighted text, images, and video they use for research and teaching purposes. This action-oriented meeting brought together academics, librarians, legal thinkers, and activists from around the country in a cross-disciplinary... Topics: copyright, fair use, digital rights management
Parody project in proficiency. Recorded while working in an organ factory in Lawrence, KS. Songs from one artist done in the style of a completely different one. Yes, this album is a joke. This was released as a Taped Rugs production. The lyrics are copyrighted by the original holders. I'm using them in a parody which falls under fair use. Topics: Gerbil, Bliss, Parody, Taped, Rugs, Fair use
The Annenberg Public Policy Center and Rice University in association with Public Knowledge and the Center for Public Domain held a landmark conference on June 18, 2004 entitled Knowledge Held Hostage. Scholars of all types are facing tighter controls over the copyrighted text, images, and video they use for research and teaching purposes. This action-oriented meeting brought together academics, librarians, legal thinkers, and activists from around the country in a cross-disciplinary... Topics: copyright, digital rights management, fair use
Copyright law is a carefully balanced system meant to encourage creativity as well as cultural and scientiﬁc progress. The law encourages authors by giving them limited control over certain uses of their works, and it encourages everyone (including authors) to use existing cultural and scientiﬁc material without permission, under certain circumstances, to engage in a wide variety of vital activities. Many parts of the law favor the freedom to use culture, but by far and away the most... Topics: fair use, copyright, transformative, derived work
I took mostly clips from this site to make a video about paranoia. It's about leftism, totalitarianism, authoritarianism, violence, the right wing, the no wing. Really, it's up to you to interpret. Use it, abuse it, send it to your friends, send it to your enemies, send it to the FBI for use in my file. Topics: negativland, christianity is stupid, fair use
CBS will salute David Letterman and his legendary broadcasting career with David Letterman: A Life On Television, a 90-minute primetime special celebrating his more than three decades in television. Topics: David Letterman, television, tribute special, fair use Source: torrent:urn:sha1:1e9200a45ad1b9d2dbaefeb2fe8dfd1d2bbf29a0
Republican Study Committee report on Copyright. Three Myths About Copyright and Where to Start to Fix It. Jim Jordan, Chairman. Published November 16 2012. Retracted November 17 2012. Topics: copyright, copyright reform, statutory, fair use, registration
On February 18, 2009 the Torys Technology Law Speakers Series at the University of Ottawa presented a panel of internationally-renowned experts from Canada and the United States, discussing the practical impact of copyright culture on documentary films, and the creation of best copyright practices for fair dealing in the documentary film community. Panelists were Peter Jaszi and Sean Flynn from Washington College of Law, Tina Hahn from the Documentary Organization of Canada, and David Fewer and... Topics: copyright, fair use, fair dealing, documentary films, films, law
It's not too far from robots scanning YouTube channels for copyright protected content to mass killing of all humans. And we cover the best articles from June 24 to June 30, 2012 Topics: Film, Filmmaking, Podcasts, Internet, DMCA, Copyright, Fair use
The New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU, in association with the NYU Humanities Council presented a weekend long symposium COMEDIES OF FAIR U$E A Search for Comity in the Intellectual Property Wars Friday, April 28 through Sunday, April 30, 2006 Free and open to the public Friday April 28, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30-6:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:30-1:00 p.m. Hemmerdinger Hall 100 Washington Sq. East FRIDAY, APRIL 28 7:30pm-7:45pm Introductory remarks : Robert Boynton 7:45pm-9:30pm Lawrence... Topics: fair use, copyright, intellectual property, art, literature, photography, activism, media Source: Approx. 12hrs
This is a presentation created for 'Social Media and Society Wikispaces' title 'Copyright, Fair-use, and Creativity'. Uploaded into the Public Domain by Gerard Arthus under the Creative Commons License. Topics: garthus, garthus1, copyright, fair-use, creativity, intellectual property
due to the corporate hegemony that now plagues media and history, reality and humanity are reduced to whispers in the telling of the history of the renewed age of empire. Independent journalist Dahr Jamail, NGO worker Rana Al-Aioubi, civil rights lawyer Barabara Olshansky, Phil Shiner of Public Interest Lawyers, and veteran Tim Goodrich help shed light on the real identity of war and occupation. Topics: iraq, media, fair use, simulacra, falluja, dahr jamail, war, terror, DMCA
Scary music and spooooky tunes, kids! drake duck helps you have the grooviest Halloween you've ever had with his friends: One Of These Days - Pink Floyd Funeral For a Friend (Love Lies Bleeding) [excerpt] - Elton John The Whammy - Screamin' Jay Hawkins Lake of Fire - Nirvana [unplugged, Meat Puppets cover] Season of the Witch - Donovan Satan's Theme - The Challengers released to the public fall 2009, nobody listened then - nobody's listening now! happy halloween forever! Topics: podcast, wannabe radio show, halloween, spooky, tunes, music, 2009, drake duck, fair use?,...
Tom, Katherine, Dave, and Jeremy get together on the anniversary of the release of Windows Me to bring you the latest tech news and views. On today's program, the gang talks about The win a dream date with Dave contest Microsoft's secret Windows update Verizon doesn't like open access Fair use is good for the economy Plus, Dave reports on hacking his iPhone, tech advice from the Doctor, and much, much more. Do you have a tech question? A comment? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call... Topics: Dave, fair use, microsoft, open access, Steam, update, Verizon, Windows, News, No BS Podcast
This video remix is a supplement to a text-based essay, The YouTube Gaze: Permission to Create? done for a special issue of -enculturation, a journal of rhetoric, writing, and technology- on YouTube and participatory culture. It is meant to enhance and expand upon the accompanying text. Topics: surveillance, remix, copyright, fair use, center for social media, creative commons, critical...
Discourse related to fair use, remix culture, copyright reform, and social responsibility. Wireside Chat with Lawrence Lessig Lawrence Lessig — Harvard Law School Moderated by Elizabeth Stark, Open Video Alliance Held 6:15 pm on 25-February-2010 Hosted by Berkman Center for Internet and Society, iCommons, and the Open Video Alliance Supported by the Ford Foundation Austin North, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent... Topics: open video, fair use, remix culture, copyright reform, social responsibility, open meeting
This paper examines the third fair use standard in section 107 of the 1976 Copyright Act--"the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole"--as it applies to copying for extended classroom uses such as library reserve. The guidelines are interpreted in terms of amount, substantiality, public use, and multiples of single copies. The connection of this standard with the "anthologizing" principles outlined in the fair use... Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Libraries, Anthologies, Copyrights, Fair Use (Copyrights), Higher Education,...
The purpose of this brochure, which was produced as a service to the academic community, is to provide a brief outline of what can and cannot be done legally with software, and to clarify the implications and restrictions of the U.S. Copyright Law. Relevant facts concerning copying software precede the EDUCOM statement of principle on intellectual property and the legal and ethical use of software. The different restrictions and limitations of copyright are then described for each of the four... Topics: ERIC Archive, Computer Software, Copyrights, Fair Use (Copyrights), Federal Regulation, Guidelines,...
Madame Chao's Public Access Television. Episode #149, "One Point". Original date of cablecast: December 19, 1997. (Manhattan Neighborhood Network, New York, NY, USA)-"You should watch yourself more carefully." Topics: Public Access TV, NYC, Experimental, Consumer Video Production, No Fair Use is Unfair Abuse